I know the drill:
Don't look under the bed, or in the basement, closet, or that big wooden trunk.
|Love me some Arsenic and Old Lace|
|AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! (This is not my cabinet!)|
I simply put a tablespoon or so into a spray bottle, fill it with water, and keep it close by for wiping down counters, the table, baby's high chair tray (which I do rinse), etc. etc. Since we use it as our dish soap as well, I find the spray bottle handy for soaping up large pots and pans, and I think it saves us money as opposed to pouring gobs from the bottle. And saving money means more thrifting cash for sewing supplies. Yeah!
|Patterns scored on our recent camping/road trip|
If you wish, of course you can do the same thing with Dawn or any dish detergent you prefer, but don't think that because Sal Suds is a naturally derived cleanser it is not strong- I spray it in the tub and watch the soap scum run off of the sides. Gross, huh? Plus, it smells like pine needles, and I like pine needles.
Yeah, and you can still pour bleach in the toilet and spray a little in the extra icky parts of the shower.
Wait! DON'T PULL BACK THE SHOWER CURTAIN!